RaptureTracker: End Times Preparedness for the 21st Century

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Left Behind, 2014’s Movie of the Year, reminded the average Christian, once again, of the inevitability of Jesus’ return. For those watching the skies, however, this served not as a reminder, but as a call to preparedness, a call answered most ingeniously by Darby Nelson.

Nelson is founder and CEO of Rapturous Enterprises, a company that is dedicated to outfitting the modern Christian family with everything needed for end times preparedness. The first product to reach launch phase is a GPS-enabled family tracking solution, the RaptureTracker 700.

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BeaconAds.com Has Become BaconAds.com


For several years, now, we have been using Beacon Ads for some of our advertising management. Not only does it include some cool analytic tools, but using Beacon gives your website more exposure to potential advertisers. Today they are announcing a small name change that is sure to boast ads sales and interest.

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NueBible: A Design Centric iOS Bible App [GIVEAWAY]

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We’ve covered a lot of Bible apps here at ChurchMag and too often we focus heavily on the functionality built into these tools. Features like Bible reading plans, the ability to add notes, export notes, commentaries, sharing verses and so on. These are all great and we’ve seen some huge steps forward there, but sometimes […]

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[FREE DOWNLOAD] Easter Social Media Kit


Some would argue that if your church hasn’t done anything to promote this Sunday’s Easter service via social media, you’ve already failed. While I would agree that you won’t receive nearly the payoff that those who started a month ago will receive, better late than never…am I right? To lend a hand to those of […]

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Amazing Video without the Amazing Price Tag

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It’s not hard to spend millions of dollars on equipment. In fact, there’s a whole convention dedicated to video equipment and its usage. It’s called NAB and it happens every spring in Las Vegas. I’ve never been, but I think it’s just a matter of time. I’m afraid that I better only go once I […]

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Bootstrap Church Themes


Most of us would want a framework with a solid foundation, that has prebuilt elements that most websites would require and offer a good level of customization, and this is exactly what Bootstrap does. Bootstrap is one of the most popular front-end development framework that has won over many a designers and developers. There are […]

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Social Media Posting Frequency [Infographic]


The rules of social media are still being written, but that’s not to minimize any of the great content that’s being pumped out on the blogosphere. The trick, of course, is to take in the various streams of information and data, sift out rank conjecture, identify common trends, and then decide what makes the most […]

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Minecraft Theology: 01 Taking Inventory

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We started up a new Minecraft server and decide to give it a church tech twist by mixing Christianity and gaming. The concept is certainly not new, but we hope to take it to a new level and start a whole community on here. In this series, we are going to start off with individual “let’s […]

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